Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability


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  • Zutao Yang

    Zutao Yang

    Physical Science Research Scientist

    BioI am an ecosystem ecologist using data-driven approaches to study global environmental changes, including climate change, land use land cover change, and coupled natural and human (CNH) systems. My data comes from both remote sensing observation and field measurements. My current project is studying methane emissions from abandoned oil and gas wells and from home appliances in California.

  • Jessica Yu

    Jessica Yu

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Earth System Science

    BioMy research interests are in global public health equity, sustainability, and social entrepreneurship. More specifically, I hope to use spatial epidemiology, machine learning modeling, and policy frameworks to estimate inequalities in global environmental health indicators and devise pro-equity and community-level solutions.

  • Xueying Yu

    Xueying Yu

    Postdoctoral Scholar, Earth System Science

    BioI study atmospheric chemistry, greenhouse gas emissions, satellite remote sensing retrievals, and carbon mitigation, using inverse modeling and other data-driven approaches. My current project is quantifying methane emissions from point source level to the global budget.

  • Emily Juliette Zakem

    Emily Juliette Zakem

    Assist Prof (By Courtesy), Earth System Science

    BioEmily Zakem is a Principal Investigator at the Department of Global Ecology at the Carnegie Institution for Science. Previously, she was a Simons Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Marine Microbial Ecology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. She completed her Ph.D. in Climate Physics and Chemistry in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In her research, she aims to improve understanding of the connections between microbial ecosystems, global biogeochemistry, and the climate system. She uses theory and mathematical models to understand how microbial ecology drives carbon, nitrogen, and other elemental cycling. She develops broadly applicable models of microbial populations, grounded in underlying chemical and physical constraints, in order to robustly predict the biogeochemistry of past, present, and future environments.